DaimlerChrysler India Ltd. plans to shore up its Indian operations with growth, diversification and profitability. DCI is considering introducing the Jeep Grand Cherokee. In order to change its fortunes, DCI is focusing on 15% annual growth over the next two years. (See related story: DC India Driving Faster to Stay in Place) Sanjiv Sahajwala, director-sales and marketing, expects to reach 1,800 vehicle sales this year and 2,100 units in 2005. “Growth of 15% in a high-value, ...
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